Also known as Akasaka Palace, this neo-Baroque beauty dates back to 1909 and is where the Japanese government receives foreign dignitaries. It's recently been opened to the public on a limited basis: the Front Garden can be entered for free on official opening days, while advance applications and an entrance fee are required for the Main Building and Garden. You'll need to apply at least a month in advance, so plan ahead – and see the full details on the official website.
|Venue name:||Akasaka Geihinkan||Contact:|
2-1-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku
|Transport:||Yotsuya Station (Chuo, Sobu, Marunouchi, Namboku lines)|